The first prize went to Marta Benages and Diego Navarro, from the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture, for a project titled “Infographics for the UIC: a practical assignment carried out through cross-cutting teaching”, an initiative that familiarizes students with the professional world in a approachable, visible and clear way.
The second prize was awarded to “In Time”, from the Faculty of Law, a project directed by Dr Montserrat Nebrera and based on an innovation that directly affects the acquisition and development of skills through the consideration, concentration and management of students time.
The third prize was given to a project from the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture titled “Metaverse, the role of the architect in digital environments”. This proposal stands out for its disruptive approach to new teaching and pioneering models.
The awards ceremony was attended by the president of the Puig Foundation, Xavier Puig, the director of the Foundation, Mercedes Navarro, and Enric Puig, as well as representatives from the Teaching Innovation Classroom.
Through the Puig Foundation Scholarship in Teaching Innovation, the Puig Foundation and the UIC offer support to the teaching staff at the University in their efforts to develop innovative projects for the future that ensure teaching excellence.